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Duop Reath lit up Minnesota and finished with 26 points (10-of-14 FGs), three rebounds, one assist, one steal, one block and five 3-pointers on Monday.
What a ride it has been for Reath. The 27-year-old rookie made his NBA debut in November and has since earned a three-year deal with Portland after starting out on a two-way. This was one of his best performances of the year, as he set a new career-high for both points and 3-pointers. He should continue to play a large role for the rest of the season, and he should remain in the starting unit until Deandre Ayton returns. Reath has averaged 18.7 points, 2.0 blocks and 2.7 triples over the last three games and will be worthy of a stream as long as he is starting.
Added Mar 05 4:33 am (EST)
A. Simons - SG
Anfernee Simons recorded a double-double on Monday with 34 points (13-of-26 FGs), five rebounds, 14 assists and five 3-pointers in a 119-114 loss to the Timberwolves.
Simons scored 30 points in thier last game on Saturday, but he stepped his game up another level in this one. He had one of his best scoring games of the season, and he was still able to set a new career-high in assists, shattering his previous mark of 11. Portland has dealt with plenty of injuries lately, but Simons has only missed two games since January 1st. As long as he is on the floor, the production should remain elite, especially with Jerami Grant, Deandre Ayton, Scoot Henderson and Malcolm Brogdon all dealing with various injuries.
Added Mar 05 4:29 am (EST)
J. Clarkson - SG
Jordan Clarkson shot 13-of-26 from the field and 8-of-9 from the foul line in Monday’s 127-115 win over the Wizards, accounting for 38 points, 10 rebounds, seven assists, one steal, and four 3-pointers in 36 minutes.
Active after sitting out Saturday’s loss to the Heat with an illness, Clarkson made up for lost time in a big way. Finishing three assists shy of a triple-double, the 38 points were a season-high for Clarkson, who is up to seven 30-point games. While Clarkson has only been a 12th-round player in 8-cat formats for the season, he has provided top-75 value over the past two weeks. Clarkson’s explosive scoring ability, especially with Lauri Markkanen (quad) sidelined, is why he remains rostered in most standard leagues despite where he’s ranked.
Added Mar 05 4:26 am (EST)
Kris Murray posted a full line on Monday with 14 points (6-of-11 FGs), five rebounds, two assists, one steal, one block and one 3-pointer against Minnesota.
Murray drew the starting nod for the sixth straight game on Monday and ended up tying his career-high for scoring. He contributed value across the board and bounced back well after only scoring two points in their last game. Murray hasn’t been a consistent producer since joining the team’s rotation, but he has had some solid games. Portland hasn’t been shy about pulling the plug on their season in the past, and it wouldn’t be shocking to see Murray in the starting unit often for the remainder of the season. He isn’t worth adding yet, but he could be eventually if he continues to produce to this level consistently.
Added Mar 05 4:21 am (EST)
C. Johnson - PF
Cam Johnson posted a full line on Monday with 18 points (6-of-16 FGs), five rebounds, three assists, two steals, one block and three 3-pointers against Memphis.
Johnson wasn’t able to shoot as well as he did over their two previous games, but he was still able to score effectively and contribute value across the board. He sits just outside the top-50 over the past week in 9-cat value, which lines up with his return to the starting unit. Brooklyn has four more games this week, which just makes Johnson even more valuable. It has been a disappointing season overall for Johnson, but he can redeem himself with a strong stretch of play over the next few weeks to help Brooklyn get to the postseason and help fantasy managers advance in their playoffs.
Added Mar 05 4:15 am (EST)
K. Leonard - SF
Shooting 6-of-19 from the field and 2-of-3 from the foul line in Monday’s loss to the Bucks, Kawhi Leonard amassed 16 points, four rebounds, five assists, four steals, one block, and two 3-pointers in 37 minutes.
One day after he carried the Clippers to a win in Minneapolis, Leonard struggled against the Bucks. He shot 4-of-11 from inside the 3-point line, but the good news for fantasy managers was that The Klaw was productive in other areas. In addition to the five assists, Leonard accounted for five “stocks” for the second time in five games. Monday’s defeat was the first game in which he failed to score at least 20 points since before the All-Star break, but he has still been a top-20 player in 8- and 9-cat formats over the past two weeks. Leonard will look to bounce back when the Clippers visit the Rockets on Wednesday.
Added Mar 05 4:11 am (EST)
M. Bagley - PF
Marvin Bagley (lower back spasm) will not return to Monday’s matchup with Utah.
Bagley has been ruled out late in the fourth quarter, and Washington has opted to use Kyle Kuzma as the closing center. If this injury forces Bagley to miss more than just the end of his game, Richaun Holmes could move into the starting unit, or at least see extra minutes off the bench.
Added Mar 05 4:09 am (EST)
Added Mar 05 4:09 am (EST)
N. Claxton - C
Nic Claxton led Brooklyn with 21 points (8-of-10 FGs, 5-of-8 FTs), six rebounds, two assists and one block in a 106-102 loss to the Grizzlies on Monday.
This was not a typical Claxton performance. He had his highest-scoring performance since January and scored at least 20 for just the sixth time this season. However, despite playing 34 minutes, he didn’t contribute much on the glass and only blocked one shot. They were outrebounded 51-33 by a bottom-five rebounding team, which was certainly surprising. Claxton will have a chance to bounce back on the glass against Philadelphia on Tuesday. The 76ers have been one of the worst rebounding teams in the league since the All-Star break, which isn’t surprising with Joel Embiid injured.
Added Mar 05 4:05 am (EST)